PAMA Legal Update

PAMA Legal Update
A Flummoxed Fix? Getting a Building Fixed with a Civil Resolution Tribunal Order.

 

The CRT’s second decision ever was an order imposing a $100,000.00 special levy for foundation repairs in a small 4-Plex. Although the CRT went on to make similar orders over the next few years, the CRT seems to have changed its position. Today, it seems that the CRT will order a strata corporation to undertake needed repairs, but it will not necessarily order a strata corporation to pay for them.

This presentation will review a strata’s options for getting repairs done when owners refuse to fund them. Although our focus will be on using the CRT for these orders, we will also touch upon the other options available to the Strata Corporation under the Strata Property Act. The main decision reviewed during the presentation will be Wong’s Management (1990) Enterprises Ltd. v. The Owners, Strata Plan LMS 3259
2021 BCCRT 70

Presented by Paul Mendes, Lesperance Mendes, by PGM Law Corporation

Paul regularly advises strata corporations, strata owners and property managers on a broad range of condominium law issues.

PLEASE NOTE THIS SHORT SEMINAR DOES NOT PROVIDE ANY CREDIT TOWARDS PROVINCIAL RE-LICENSING.

 

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When
3/3/2021 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Pacific Standard Time
Where
Zoom

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